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Visit WCC... Virtually!

Schedule a Visit! A Virtual Visit, that is!

If you are interested in attending WCC you are encouraged to talk with our Welcome Team staff to learn more about the enrollment process, programs and opportunities at WCC.

This is a perfect solution for students who are not exactly sure what they want to pursue, when to start college, how to decide on a program, or who simply want to work with someone one-on-one. Tours are a great way to get familiar with the campus, programs and resources available at WCC. Our student services departments are working remotely through the fall semester, so visits are being conducted virtually!

Check out our tour page to watch video introductions to WCC and sign up for a virtual campus tour. Schedule your individual or group virtual tour today!

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#1 Community College Transfer to the University of Michigan

Among the Lowest Tuition in the US $95 In-District | $108 Online credit hour

137 programs 27 100% online

1# Two-Year Online College in Michigan by Community for Accredited Online Schools

TOP 100 Associate Degree Producer from Diverse Issues in Higher Education


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WCC main campus

Our main campus is located between Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti in Washtenaw County, Michigan. Our address is: 4800 E Huron River Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48105-4800

WCC's main campus
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Campus map & parking

All parking on campus is free! We have 7 parking lots and a parking structure. Visit the Campus map and parking page for more information, including a map of campus.

Map and parking
Classroom

Room locator

Are you looking for a specific room on campus? We've got you covered. Check out our room locator tool.

Room locator
AATA bus stopping at campus

Looking for transportation options?

Students, staff and community members are encouraged to explore the WCC campus using bus, bike, rideshare or other options, including accessible transportation. Check out options for getting to campus! COVID-19 SERVICE NOTE: During the Fall 2020 semester, our campus is closed to visiting guests.  If you are a student or staff who requires access to campus you will be required to follow guidelines for safety.  We invite future students and community members to connect with us virtually, by phone or through email.

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